Description

This 12 hour course integrates CMI’s instrument specific training with the DOT required training on procedures necessary for the Breath Alcohol Technician. (BAT to comply with federal regulations) This comprehensive course provides the instrument operator with not only the mechanics of using an instrument, but also how and why an instrument can measure alcohol concentrations in the human body, the environment in which testing must be conducted, the federal regulations with which the company must comply and the correct procedures for giving a test. Specifically, this course includes the following topics:

  • Introduction to the Alcohol Rule
  • Evidential Breath Testing (EBT) Methodology
  • Instrument Features & Functions
  • Setting Up the Instrument
  • Instrument Check
  • Donor Tests
  • Obstacles to Completing Tests
  • Disclosure of Information and Record Keeping

Payment Policy
No refunds for canceling less than
3 weeks prior to the week of the course.

BAT Comprehensive Training

$ 400.00

The deal about online courses...

It seems we are having a few folks both call and search online for online courses.  Unfortunately both CAOHC and NIOSH require a traditional classroom setting in order to become certified.  NIOSH has approved an online refresher course however you'd have to go to NIOSH's website for more information.  Any more questions, please give our office a call 410-360-6120 or email info@cohs.biz.

Breaking News!

As of 1/1/2019, Chesapeake Occupational Health Solutions Inc has separated from Chesapeake Acoustic Solutions Inc and is 100% woman owned.  Stephanie is now the President and Owner of Chesapeake Occupational Health Solutions.

2019 Courses are Posted!

Our 2019 classes are now posted.  We are offering CAOHC and NIOSH Courses in several major cities in the Mid-Atlantic as well as locations such as Texas and Wisconsin.  Let us know if you'd like one in your area or have 5 or more students to hold a private course!

2019 CAOHC and NIOSH Courses

We know you all are eagerly awaiting the 2019 schedule.  Please bear with us as we finalize the arrangements with our Instructors and the facilities we use.  I hope that you all will be pleased with the schedule and will see our increasing number of CAOHC and NIOSH Courses.  If you have suggestions for where we should hold them, we'd love to hear it.  Please email to info@cohs.biz.  Stay tuned!

News/Events

From Our Blog

Upcoming NIOSH Black Lung Screenings, May 2018

As mentioned earlier this year, NIOSH is providing free lung screenings for coal workers at various locations through West Virginia, Kentucky, and Pennsylvania. Below you'll find the remaining dates for May of 2018, all being hosted in West Virginia. Keep an eye out for additional updates on the 2018 Coal Workers' Health Surveillance Program.

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Chesapeake Occupational
Health Solutions

7504 Connelley Drive Suite "E"
Hanover, MD 21076
Ph: 410-360-6120